This Famous Doctor’s Anti-Coronavirus Advice Will Probably Go Unheeded

Written by Doug Giles on March 19, 2020

So many people are looking for some ‘silver bullet’ solution from a lab they forget about the little factors they CAN control.

Factors like eating a diet that lines up with goals of staying healthy.

Factors like getting enough sleep and exercise so your immune system is in peak condition to keep you safe.

Factors like giving your body the vitamins and minerals it needs to stay strong.

Factors like avoiding the harmful foods that will sabotage your overall health.

And trusting God while you continue to live your life boldly instead of cringing in fear and waiting to be rescued by Big Daddy Government.

Will anyone do these simple fixes that can lead to a healthier life overall?

Or will they keep waiting for some quick fix?

This doctor’s advice is entirely counter-cultural. What will YOU do with what he tells you?

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